All essential oils

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The purpose of this page is to list all essential oils, their benefits and how to use them.

Ylang-ylang essential oil

ylangylangWholemeal ylang-ylang essential oil is mainly used as an antispasmodic, balancing, sexual tonic.

Precautions to be followed

  • Physiological doses
  • Wholemeal ylang-ylang essential oil should be used with caution in the respiratory voice because the heady and heady smell can quickly become unpleasant.
  • Common precautions

Usage

Local anointing diluted in 10% vegetable oil

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin: 

Medicinal indications

  • Tachycardia, high blood pressure
  • Sexual asthenia, frigidity

The little extra Aroflora

  • The ylang-ylang flowers picked early in the morning are distilled in several stages which produces different qualities corresponding to each fraction of essential oils collected after a distillation period (extra, I, II, III, complete)
  • Ylang-ylang II and III essential oils have a different composition, they are used more in cases of dermatoses and abdominal spasms
  • This essential oil is often used to give a massage oil an exotic, relaxing, lascivious and sensual fragrance
  • Ylang-ylang essential oil blends with bergamot, lemongrass, sentalwood, patchouli, orange and mandarin essential oils

Lemon Verbena essential oil

verveine-citronne-e-2Lemon verbena essential oil is mainly used as a powerful anti-inflammatory and sedative, digestive, hormonal and nervous stimulant.

Precautions to be followed

Usage

  • Orally: 1 drop diluted or on a neutral carrier, 2 to 3 times daily
  • Local anointing diluted in 5% vegetable oil

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Anxieties, stress, insomnia, certain depressions
  • Enterocolitis
  • Tachycardias, heart fatigue, hypertension

The little extra Aroflora

  • Lemon verbena essential oil is valuable in "nervous" type ailments and the consequences of stress
  • This essential oil is rare and expensive because it takes about 1 ton of plant for every 1 kg of essential oil
  • Lemon verbena essential oil is unique, rare and precious, subtle and powerful.
  • Be careful not to confuse lemon verbena essential oil with exotic verbena, Indian verbena, java verbena or white verbena essential oils

Strong Thyme essential oil with borneol

thym FORTThe smell of strong thyme essential oil is rather strong and a little spicy.

Strong thyme essential oil is mainly used as a broad and potent anti-infective, moderately aggressive, immuno-modulating and tonic.

Precautions to be followed

  • Physiological doses
  • Thyme essential oil is slightly dermocaustic, so it needs to be diluted.
  • This essential oil is rarely used in the respiratory tract, it also has a uterotonic action, so it should be avoided during pregnancy.

Usage

  • Orally: 1 to 2 drops diluted or on a neutral carrier, 2 to 3 times a day
  • Local anointing diluted in 10% vegetable oil

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:       
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:   

Medicinal indications

  • All Chronic Infections
  • Hepatobiliary insufficiency, dyskinesia, lithiasis
  • Intestinal parasites (tapeworms, pinworms, roundworms)
  • Tuberculosis
  • Fatigue, general and sexual asthenia
  • Acne

The little extra Aroflora

  • Strong thyme essential oil with borneol is very effective as an anti-infective without the disadvantages of aggressiveness and causticity
  • This essential oil is said to help fight fatigue and stimulate sexual potential, energize the psycho-neuro-endocrino-immune system, activate the functions of the liver and gallbladder and fight against intestinal parasites

Sweet Thyme essential oil with thujanol

he-thym douThe smell of sweet thyme essential oil with thujanol is sweet, fine and fresh at the same time.

Thujanol sweet thyme essential oil is mainly used as an anti-infective, immuno-stimulant, balancing neurotonic, liver stimulant.

Precautions to be followed

Usage

  • Orally: 1 to 2 drops diluted or on a neutral carrier, 2 to 3 times a day
  • Local anointing diluted in 5-10% vegetable oil

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Respiratory infections: ear infections, sinusitis, rhinitis, nasopharyngitis, influenza, bronchitis
  • Oral and digestive infections: stomatitis, tonsillitis, enterocolitis
  • Mild liver failure, slow digestion, aerophagia
  • Genitourinary tract infections: cystitis, vulva-vaginitis, cervicitis, etc... urethritis, prostatitis, condylomas
  • Dermatitis
  • Asthenia, nervous disorders.

The little extra Aroflora

  • Sweet thyme essential oil with thujanol is a powerful and gentle anti-insect that can be used as a background treatment and for children.
  • This essential oil is mentioned in case of sore throat, pharyngitis, beginning of sinus infection, beginning of otitis.
  • Sweet thyme essential oil with thujanol is also cited as favorable in local action for osteoarthritis and tendonitis.

Sweet Thyme essential oil with linalool

Thume bunch in a light yellow cupThe smell of sweet thyme essential oil with linalool is very pleasant, where strength and sweetness, pungentness and freshness are mixed.

Sweet thyme essential oil with linalool is mainly used as a mild anti-insectic, tonic and neurotonic.

Precautions to be followed

Usage

  • Orally: 1 to 2 drops diluted or on a neutral carrier, 2 to 3 times a day
  • Local anointing diluted in 10-20% vegetable oil

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Candidal infections: stomatitis, gastritis, enterocolitis, cystitis, vaginitis
  • Staphylococcal infections: enterocolitis, pyelonephritis, metritis, salpingitis
  • Parasitic colitis
  • Bronchitis, bronchopneumonia, pleurisy
  • Nervous fatigue

The little extra Aroflora

  • Sweet thyme essential oil with linalool is mildly immune-stimulating, moreover being gentle, it is especially useful for children
  • This essential oil is appreciated in cosmetics for skin tightening, wrinkles and dermatoses.

Tea Tree Essential Oil

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The smell of tea tree essential oil is quite unpleasant

Tea tree essential oil is mainly used as a major anti-infective (bacteria, virus, fungi, parasites), anti-inflammatory, immune-stimulating, nervous balancing and anti-asthenic.

Precautions to be followed

Usage

  • Orally, use with caution: 1 to 2 drops diluted or on a neutral carrier, 2 to 3 times daily
  • Local anointing diluted in 20-30% vegetable oil
  • Tea tree essential oil is rarely used in diffusion, unless otherwise indicated

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Oral infections: aphthoses, stomatitis, abscesses, gingivitis
  • ENT infections: ear infections, nasopharyngitis, tonsillitis, bronchitis, emphysema
  • Bacterial, candidisolic, viral and parasitic enteritis
  • Gynaecological infections with candida, trichomonas
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Skin infections
  • Asthenia, exhaustion, nervous breakdown

The little extra Aroflora

  • Tea tree essential oil has the major advantage of being a very powerful anti-infective without aggressiveness.
  • This essential oil is cited for the disinfection of wounds and cuts, for light burns, for sore throats and pharyngitis, for fatigue, strokes and the beginnings of infections.
  • Tea tree essential oil has been shown to be effective against dental abscesses.

Rosemary verbenone essential oil

romarinThe smell of rosemary verbenone essential oil is both fresh and fine, sweeter than that of other rosemary.

Rosemary verbenone essential oil is mainly used as a mucolytic, healing, anti-viral, liver regulator, nerve balancer and anti-spasmodic.

Precautions to be followed

  • Physiological doses
  • Rosemary verbenone essential oil contains neurotoxic ketones, so it should be avoided for babies and pregnant women, and used carefully orally
  • Common precautions

Usage

  • Orally, use with caution: 1 to 2 drops diluted or on a neutral carrier, 2 to 3 times daily
  • Local anointing diluted in 10-20% vegetable oil
  • Using a diffuser, but combined with other essential oils

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Sinusitis, bronchitis
  • Hepatobiliary insufficiency
  • Viral hepatitis and enteritis
  • Vaginitis with leucorrhea, bartholinitis
  • Arrhythmia, tachycardia
  • Knotted plexuses, nervous fatigue, nervous breakdowns

The little extra Aroflora

  • Rosemary verbenone essential oil  is used as an aerosol to decongest the sinuses and nose.
  • This essential oil is appreciated in cosmetics to act against wrinkles, dandruff and cellulite.
  • Rosemary verbenone essential oil is renowned for liver drainage

Balsam Fir essential oil

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The smell of balsam fir essential oil is sweet, balsamic and terpeneous.

Balsam fir essential oil is mainly used as a stimulant tonic, aerial antiseptic, anti-spasmodic and anti-osteoarthritis.

Precautions to be followed

Usage

  • Local anointing diluted in 10-20% vegetable oil
  • Using a diffuser

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Rhinitis, bronchitis, sinusitis, colds
  • Aerophagy
  • Arthrosis
  • Circulatory stasis

The little extra Aroflora

  • Balsam fir essential oil has beneficial actions on breathing as well as venous and lymphatic circulation
  • This essential oil is also used in case of roundworms.

Rosemary essential oil with cineole

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The smell of rosemary essential oil is pleasant, fresh and strong with notes of eucalyptus and camphor

Rosemary essential oil is mainly used as a tonic, expectorant and anti-catarrhall, anti-infective and fungicidal.

Precautions to be followed

  • Physiological doses
  • Be careful, because when used in the evening, it can disturb sleep
  • Common precautions

Usage

  • Orally: 1 to 2 drops diluted or on a neutral carrier, 2 to 3 times a day
  • Local anointing diluted in 20-30% vegetable oil
  • Using a diffuser

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin: 

Medicinal indications

  • Bronchial and pulmonary disorders, colds
  • Ear infections, sinusitis
  • Cystitis
  • Fatigue

The little extra Aroflora

  • Rosemary essential oil is invigorating and refreshing
  • This essential oil is pleasant and effective in the respiratory tract
  • Rosemary essential oil with cineole is mentioned for massages of the back and muscle areas but also for anointing the chest in case of respiratory ailments

Ravintsara essential oil

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The smell of ravintsara essential oil is fresh, eucalyptus dominates

Ravintsara essential oil is mainly used for its anti-infective, anti-viral, expectorant and neurotonic properties.

Precautions to be followed

Usage

  • Orally: 1 to 2 drops diluted or on a neutral carrier, 2 to 3 times a day
  • Local anointing diluted in 20-30% vegetable oil
  • Using a diffuser

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin: 

Medicinal indications

  • Nasopharyngitis, influenza, sinusitis
  • Bronchitis, pertussis, infectious mononucleosis
  • Hepatitis and viral enteritis
  • Herpes, shingles, herpes zoster ophthalmicus
  • Insomnia
  • Miscellaneous fatigues

The little extra Aroflora

  • Ravintsara essential oil is mainly made up of cineole and terpenes.
  • This essential oil was known as "aromatic Ravensare", which was a mistake in the botanical name.
  • Ravintsara essential oil is well tolerated by the skin, so it can be used with little dilution even for children.
  • This essential oil is renowned for its powerful anti-flu action, which is also a major asset in case of shingles.

Scots Pine essential oil

pin sylvestre

The smell of Scots pine essential oil is very pleasant, sweet and fine, characteristic of coniferous trees

Scots pine essential oil is mainly used as a respiratory anti-inflammatory and tonic for its cortisone-like anti-inflammatory action.

Precautions to be followed

Usage

  • Local anointing diluted in 20% vegetable oil
  • Using a diffuser

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Bronchitis, sinusitis, asthma
  • Asthenia, fatigue, stress
  • Arthritis and polyarthritis
  • All inflammatory and allergic processes

The little extra Aroflora

  • Scots pine essential oil is a very useful anti-stress, anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic regenerator.
  • The smell of this essential oil is very pleasant, so it is ideal for atmospheric diffusion.
  • Scots pine essential oil is mentioned as favorable in cases of diabetes and testicular insufficiency.

Petitgrain Bigarade essential oil

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The scent of petitgrain bigarade essential oil is sweet, fine and pleasant, with the delicate fragrances we know from orange blossom water

Petitgrain bigarade essential oil is mainly used as a nerve rebalancing, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory and mild anti-infective agent.

Precautions to be followed

Usage

  • Orally: 1 to 2 drops diluted or on a neutral carrier, 2 to 3 times a day
  • Local anointing diluted in 20-30% vegetable oil
  • Using a diffuser

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Neuro-vegetative dystonias
  • Aftermath of stress, nervous fatigue, insomnia
  • Infected acne
  • Chronic hepatitis

The little extra Aroflora

  • Petitgrain bigarade essential oil has an interesting action as an anti-spasmodic and nervous rebalancing.

Palmarosa essential oil

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The scent of palmarosa essential oil is sweet, flowery, with notes of geranium and rose

Palmarosa essential oil is mainly used in cosmetics but also as a tonic, very gentle anti-insect with a broad spectrum of action (bacteria, viruses, fungi)

Precautions to be followed

Usage

  • Local anointing diluted in 20-30% vegetable oil
  • Using a diffuser

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Respiratory infections: nasopharyngitis, sinusitis, ear infections, bronchitis
  • Urigenital infections: urethritis, cystitis, vaginitis, salpingitis
  • Intestinal infections: bacterial and viral enteritis
  • Dermatology: dry, oozing eczema, white staphylococcal acne
  • Fatigues

The little extra Aroflora

  • Palmarosa essential oil is useful as a non-aggressive anti-insect and therefore easily used in children.
  • This essential oil is active against viruses and fungal infections
  • Palmarosa essential oil is widely used in dermatology and cosmetics for foot and hair fungus, perspiration, dry and devitalized skin – more generally, it is beneficial for skin maintenance and care.

Compact Oregano Essential Oil

origan compact

The smell of Compact Oregano essential oil is very strong, pungent and harsh.

Compact oregano essential oil is mainly used as a very powerful and broad anti-infective, tonic and stimulant.

Precautions to be followed

  • Physiological doses
  • Common precautions
  • Oregano essential oil is very aggressive and caustic to the skin and mucous membranes. It is therefore imperative to use it in small quantities (it should not represent more than 10% of the total essential oils)
  • Generally speaking, it is also recommended not to use pure Compact Oregano essential oil
    Compact Oregano essential oil is not used in diffusion
  • It should not be given to children, and should not be taken for a long time

Usage

  • Orally, but in very small quantities: 1 drop diluted or on a neutral medium, 2 to 3 times a day
  • Local anointing diluted in vegetable oil to a maximum of 5%

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin: 

Medicinal indications

  • Powerful action on all types of infections (bacterial, mycobacterial, fungi, viruses, parasites)
  • ENT and bronchopulmonary infections
  • Intestinal infections: enterocolitis, dysentery
  • Nephritis, cystitis
  • Tropical diseases, malaria, amoebae
  • Adenitis
  • Hypotension, asthenia, nervous fatigue
  • Sore throat, pharyngitis

The little extra Aroflora

  • Compact oregano essential oil should not be applied pure to the skin except carefully in small amounts on the soles of the feet.
  • This essential oil has a very powerful anti-infective power.

Green Myrtle Essential Oil

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The smell of green myrtle essential oil is green, fresh, penetrating, with notes of resinous and eucalyptus.

Green myrtle essential oil is mainly used as an expectorant anti-catarrhal, anti-infectorant, prostate decongestant and sleep preparer.

Precautions to be followed

Usage

  • Orally: 1 to 2 drops diluted or on a neutral carrier, 2 to 3 times a day
  • Local anointing diluted in 10-20% vegetable oil
  • Using a diffuser

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Sinusitis, tonsillitis, sore throat
  • Bronchitis, cough, emphysema
  • Inflammatory prostatitis, urinary tract infections (except E. coli)
  • Insomnia (prevention)

The little extra Aroflora

  • Green myrtle essential oil is particularly useful for chronic respiratory conditions because it is more versatile, gentler, and less aggressive than eucalyptole-rich eucalyptus trees
  • This essential oil is also used as a cosmetic tool for deficient eyelashes and eyebrows as well as for wrinkles.

True Niaouli Essential Oil

niaouli

The smell of the essential oil of True Niaouli is peculiar where the strength of eucalyptole mingles, and sweetish notes reminiscent of bitter almonds.

True niaouli essential oil is mainly used as an anti-infective, anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-catarrhal and expectorant, venous decongestant, but has many other properties.

Precautions to be followed

  • Physiological doses
  • True niaouli essential oil should be used with caution in pregnant women or for women who are sensitive to short and heavy cycles (estrogen-like action of viridiflorol)
  • Common precautions

Usage

  • Orally: 1 to 2 drops diluted or on a neutral carrier, 2 to 3 times a day
  • Local anointing diluted in 20-30% vegetable oil
  • Using a diffuser

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Varicose veins, hemorrhoids
  • Arteritis, atherosclerosis
  • Bronchitis, sinusitis, nasopharyngitis
  • Colds
  • Genital herpes, cervical dysplasia
  • Hepatitis and viral enteritis
  • Psoriasis, fungal infections, boils
  • Staphylococci, streptococci, candida, virus infections

The little extra Aroflora

  • True niaouli essential oil is particularly recommended for young children and is useful in the treatment of allergic-type soils.
  • This essential oil is also mentioned in the winter context, in fact it powerfully helps the body to fight against infections of all kinds.

Peppermint essential oil

mentheThe smell of peppermint essential oil is bright, fresh, pungent and is generally much appreciated.

Peppermint essential oil is mainly used as a general anti-insectic, stimulating tonic (digestive, hepatic and general) but also as an analgesic.

Precautions to be followed

  • Physiological doses
  • Peppermint essential oil is forbidden for babies and children under 3 years of age, especially near the face or neck (risk of laryngeal spasm)
  • Common precautions

Usage

  • Orally: 1 to 2 drops diluted or on a neutral carrier, 2 to 3 times a day
  • Local anointing diluted in vegetable oil to a maximum of 5%
  • Using a diffuser

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Hepatic impairment, hepatitis
  • Indigestion, aerophagia, aerocolia, dyspepsia
  • Nausea, vomiting, motion sickness
  • Asthenia, various fatigues
  • Migraines, headaches
  • Shingles, viral neuritis, neuralgia, sciatica
  • Itching (bites, hives, eczema)

The little extra Aroflora

  • Peppermint essential oil can be used for gum and tooth pain, energizing general and digestive problems, nausea and motion sickness, colds, headaches, insect bites and hiccups.
  • It is not recommended to use this essential oil in the evening before sleeping.

Marjoram essential oil with shells

marjolaine

The smell of marjoram essential oil is fine, fresh, showery and slightly medicinal.

Marjoram essential oil is mainly used as a balancer of the autonomic nervous system, analgesic and neutronic, but also as an antibacterial.

Precautions to be followed

Usage

  • Orally: 1 to 2 drops diluted or on a neutral carrier, 2 to 3 times a day
  • Local anointing diluted in 10 to 20% vegetable oil
  • Using a diffuser

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Tachycardia, arrhythmia, hypertension
  • Nervous spasms with difficulty breathing, tightness
  • Gastritis, colitis, ulcer
  • Anxiety, stress, restlessness, anguish, insomnia
  • Asthenia, neurasthenia
  • Respiratory infections: rhinitis, sinusitis, bronchitis, nervous asthma
  • Neuralgia, rheumatic pain

The little extra Aroflora

  • Marjoram essential oil is used in small quantities combined with other essential oils for atmospheric diffusion because this essential oil is rare  and expensive.
  • In cosmetics, marjoram essential oil is indicated as useful in the fight against skin aging.
  • This essential oil is traditionally considered "anaphrodisiac".
  • We advise you to pay attention to the usual popular names of fake marjoram such as wild marjoram, Spanish marjoram, wild marjoram for example.

Mandarin essential oil

mandarines-martinique

The smell of mandarin essential oil is very pleasant, as is the smell of other (quality) citrus peels. The fragrance is very close to that of fruit, both fresh and sweet, with characteristic orange and tangy notes.

Mandarin essential oil is mainly used as a relaxant, sedative, anti-spasmodic and atmospheric antiseptic.

Precautions to be followed

  • Physiological doses
  • This essential oil should not be used on the skin before sun exposure
  • Common precautions

Usage

  • Orally: 1 to 2 drops diluted or on a neutral carrier, 2 to 3 times a day
  • Local anointing diluted in a vegetable oil of up to 5%
  • Using a diffuser

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Insomnia, excitement, nervousness
  • Dyspepsia, hiccups, aerophagia
  • Anxieties, depressions
  • Respiratory and cardiovascular spasms

The little extra Aroflora

  • Mandarin essential oil is ideal for atmospheric diffusion, its fragrance pleases everyone and it combines soothing, harmonizing and antiseptic action of the air.
  • This essential oil is a good moderator of the central nervous system, and calming of the sympathetic nervous system.

Abrial Lavandin Essential Oil

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The scent of lavandin abrial essential oil has a sweet and flowery dominance but with fresher and greener notes than lavender. The distilled flowering plant has a yield of essential oil 4 times higher than that of true lavender

Lavandin abrial essential oil is mainly used as a mild anti-infectious, fungicidal, and viricidal, mild expectorant, nervous system balancing tonic, anti-inflammatory, and skin healing.

Precautions to be followed

Usage

  • Local anointing diluted in 20-30% vegetable oil

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Insomnia, excitement, nervousness
  • Dyspepsia, hiccups, aerophagia
  • Anxieties, depressions
  • Respiratory and cardiovascular spasms

The little extra Aroflora

  • Mandarin essential oil is ideal for atmospheric diffusion, its fragrance pleases everyone and it combines soothing, harmonizing and antiseptic action of the air.
  • This essential oil is a good moderator of the central nervous system, and calming of the sympathetic nervous system.

True Lavender Essential Oil

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The smell of true lavender essential oil is sweet and flowery, which is why it is widely used in perfumery.

It is necessary to be vigilant about the quality of the essential oil of true lavender because it is one of the most well-known aromatic plants, there are then many clones and especially many falsifications by cutting with Lavandins essential oils, or synthetic chemical substances.

True Lavender essential oil is mainly used as an anti-spasmodic, relaxing, calming, nervous system regulator, anti-inflammatory and healing.

Precautions to be followed

  • Physiological doses
  • True lavender essential oil should be used with caution in the respiratory tract because the fragrance is sometimes poorly tolerated
  • Common precautions

Usage

  • Local anointing diluted in 20-30% vegetable oil
  • Possibility of concentrating more or even using pure on medical indication

Recommended directions for use

  • Oral:      
  • Diffusion:  
  • Skin:  

Medicinal indications

  • Solar plexus spasms, cramps
  • Nervousness, anxiety, insomnia
  • Various dermatoses (infectious, allergic), itching
  • Scars, pressure ulcers, varicose ulcers, wounds, burns

The little extra Aroflora

  • This essential oil is often traditionally cited as a "panacea". It's fair to say that if used wisely, it never disappoints.
  • True Lavender essential oil can be used alone or combined with True Tea-tree essential oil to soothe superficial burns.
  • The softness of this essential oil makes it ideal for children, it is recommended for restless states.

Noble Laurel essential oil

The smell of Noble Laurel essential oil is fresh, slightly spicy, pleasant. It contains the olfactory notes of eugenol (cloves) and eucalyptols (eucalyptus). Laurel essential oil is mainly used as a powerful anti-spasmodic, analgesic, anti-infective, autonomic nervous system balancer, immunostimulant, expectorant and mucolytic.

Precautions to be respected:

  • Physiological doses
  • This essential oil is rarely used in diffusion
  • Noble laurel essential oil should be used with caution for some allergy sufferers, especially when applied to the skin.

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